Local Youth Volleyball

Glenside Youth Athletic Club: Offers summer volleyball clinics in July for boys and girls entering grades 1-8. They also offer indoor winter clinic style lessons November through March for grade school aged children. If coaches are available, GYAC will create tournament teams and enter AAU tournaments in March and April. In 2016 the tournament teams became TNT Volleyball Philly.
Doylestown Athletic Association: Informal, non-club volleyball for kids. They also offer "skills and drills" sessions. See also DAA Sports -- a different website, possibly out-of-date.
Junior Volleyball Clinic: Volleyball clinic for Jr. High/High School Players looking to gain experience to reach the next level of competitive play.

Boys' Clubs

EC Power: Brand new Boys Club in King of Prussia
Panther Volleyball: One of the few local club teams for boys. Tryouts are in the fall.
GPS Crush: Now in its 4th year (2013-14), this club started a boys division this season that practices at NexGen High Performance Training Center in Telford.
Other Boys' Clubs: This is the KRVA listing of boys' clubs.
Junior Volleyball Clinic: Volleyball clinic for Boys and Girls (separate practice sessions). No try-outs, everyone who wants to learn and improve their skills is accepted.

Girls' Clubs

TNT Volleyball Philly Club established in 2016 in Ambler area. Alternative to traditional clubs that aims to provide the full club experience at 1/2 to 1/3 the cost.
EC Power:Competitive Edge Sports in King of Prussia PA.
High Line Volleyball Club: Practices in Renegades gym in Hatboro, PA.
Infinity Volleyball Academy: Practices at Bucks-Mont Indoor Sports Center in Hatfield.
GPS Crush: Practices at PSC Highpoint in Chalfont. Closed in 2017. Now known as EC Power Bucks.
Club Integrity: Based in the Collegeville/Pottstown area.
Keystone Juniors: Practices in Newtown Square.
Liberty Belles: Regional, local and area teams practice in various Delaware County locations.
Marlton Volleyball Club: South Jersey club that participates in KRVA events.
Mystique Volleyball Club: Practices in Aston PA. They have only local teams and are considered an instructional club.
Peak Performance: This growing club was formed by coaches from the former Outsiders club. They practice in Plymouth Meeting.
Philadelphia Starlings: This club mostly has intramural teams. They also have one travel team for girls that are identified from the intramural league. It is a league intended for low-income families. Location is South Philadelphia.
Synergy: Synergy has a national reputation, and some of their teams practice more often and have more tournaments than others. They practice at Aspiring Champions in King of Prussia.
Total Evolution Volleyball Academy (TEVA): New club as of Fall 2012 practicing at Malvern Prep.
Valley Forge Volleyball Club: This club folded in September 2012.
Other Girls' Clubs: This is the KRVA listing of girls' clubs.
CAL Sports: Formed in 2014. Practices in Harleysville ,PA.
DVA Villanova: An extension of the Delaware Volleyball Academy that practices at the Baldwin School.
Delta Volleyball Club: Practices at SMG Sportsplex in Warrington.

Year Round Clinics

Junior Volleyball Clinic: Run by Jea Lee. Volleyball clinic for Boys and Girls (separate practice sessions). No try-outs, everyone who wants to learn and improve their skills is accepted.
Pinnacle Volleyball Academy - Run by Brandon Johnson. Specializes in small group lessons and private lessons.

Governing Organizations

Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association: Loads of information about high school volleyball in Pennsylvania. (Check out their Jobs page if you're looking for a high school, college or club volleyball job.)
KRVA: Keystone Regional Volleyball Association -- Organizes USA Volleyball in Pennsylvania.
GEVA: Garden Empire Volleyball Association -- Organizes USA Volleyball in New Jersey and portions of New York and Connecticut.

Men's Senior Volleyball

There is a very active senior volleyball group near here. They have pick-up scrimmages once a month at Pope John Paul II Elementary School in Coatesville, PA . They also play in regional and national tournaments on a monthly basis. Age groups include 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, and even 75+. All eligible players are welcome to attend the monthly scrimmages; new players can also be assessed for participating on one of the teams that plays in tournaments.